A few weeks back, we unveiled a reimagined stumbleupon.com in Beta with new ways to Stumble, new ways to organize and share your Likes and better ways to express yourself.
We’ve been thrilled by the feedback and usage so far. Since our Beta release, over 100,000 users have opted in, and our community has created more than 45,000 Lists on StumbleUpon — ranging from Calligraphy to Waffle Raffle.
Our more visual layout provides new ways to Stumble, and our users have continued to use it to find the best, personalized content on the Web. With the new StumbleUpon, Stumblers have also explored new types of content beyond their normal Interest categories through the Activity and Trending tabs. Along with this, Stumblers now have an identity with StumbleDNA, showing what kind of unique Internet snowflake each individual user really is.
For all these reasons, we’re removing the Beta label and bringing the experience to all users. We’ve also integrated Lists into our browser StumbleBars for Firefox and Chrome so you can add anything you find to a List wherever you are on the Web. We’ll be rolling out these updates to our users throughout the day.
This is just the beginning of much more to come as we continue to make StumbleUpon the best way to discover and share stuff you love on the Web. We can’t wait to show you what’s coming up next. We’d also love to hear from you, so we’ve added a “Feedback” button to every page so you can let us know what you think or ask any questions.